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  1. I have always liked some of the unusual Gaelic / Celtic / Welsh names that I sometimes hear on TV shows based in the area. Hinterland comes to mind. Although I am not actively planning on adding to my crew, I always keep my ears open for names I like for the next dog. I have a list that I keep taped to the inside of a kitchen cabinet door. [The door that DH never uses, therefore he can't see my addiction. ;-) ] In the past I have perused the names on the ISDS site where they have a page that nicely catalogs all the ISDS dog names alphabetically. Then it hit me one day to google "female Gaelic names", and I found a treasure of great, and often unique, names. If you are soon to name a BC pup and like the idea of using a Gaelic name for these working dogs, start googling, and you will find a treasure trove of names. Happy hunting.
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